VET COUNCIL GETS NEW BOSS

His excellency the Honorable Minister of Agriculture has approved the deployment of Dr Ezenwa Isaac Nwakonobi as the Ag Registrar,Veterinary Council of Nigeria.

-Advertisement-
For enquiries and details, call World Farmers Centre Admin on 08035219966 or WhatsApp us @+2348173030321.

An astute administrator, a bureaucrat par excellence, a detribalize Nigerian, young at heart, *Ezenwa Nwakonobi, is a veterinarian by training and profession.

 

He was born on November 25, 1962 to the family of late Chief Okwuokei and Mrs Obuna Nwakonobi of Obecha quarter of Utchi in present day Ndokwa-East Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria.

 

He attended the University of Nigeria, Nsukka – between 1981 and 1987; the prestigious Royal Veterinary College, University of London – 2009 and 2010.

His work experience started with the one-year National service and proceeded to Lagos and worked as a Veterinary Clinician at Alvin Veterinary Services & Consultancy, Ikeja. He joined the Federal Civil Service as a Veterinary Officer in December, 1989 where he has risen, through thick and thin, to the position of Deputy Director and Head of Animal Health and Clinical Services of the Federation.

-Advertisement-
For enquiries and details, call World Farmers Centre Admin on 08035219966 or WhatsApp us @+2348173030321.

READ ALSO: POSSIBLE AGRIC LOANS

Currently, Ezenwa is a major player in government’s programmes for the control and eradication of various Trans boundary Animal Diseases (TADs) in Nigeria such as CBPP, PPR, NCD, ASF, AI and FMD, and holds the office of National Coordinator of the Global Control and Eradication of PPR project (GCEP) .

 

Dr Ezenwa is an association man with good understanding of the structures and workings of Nigeria’s veterinary Services.

 

We congratulate you on the well-deserved appointment and pray for God’s guidance and blessings on the assignment.

 

Contributed by Bala Muhammad FCVSN.

Chairman,

NVMA , FCT Chapter.

AGRIC INDUSTRY GIST, WORLD FARMERS CENTRE CONGRATULATES DR. EZENWA ISAAC NWAKOLOBI

We do everything possible to supply quality information for farmers day in, day out and we are committed to keep doing this. Your kind donation will help our continuous research efforts.

-Advertisement-
For enquiries and details, call World Farmers Centre Admin on 08035219966 or WhatsApp us @+2348173030321.

Get in Touch

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Related Articles

Young Nigerians Commend MTN for New Inspiring Campaign

“I do not think I have ever seen a three-minute commercial without skipping it.” That was Funke Daramola’s reaction after viewing MTN’s latest TV...

Common Pig Diseases Series: Foot and Mouth Diseases

Foot-and-mouth disease Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) is an acute, highly contagious, viral of animals with hooves, such as cattle, water buffalo, goats and pigs. Symptoms, treatment and...

Get in Touch

4,664FansLike
123FollowersFollow

Latest Posts

Young Nigerians Commend MTN for New Inspiring Campaign

“I do not think I have ever seen a three-minute commercial without skipping it.” That was Funke Daramola’s reaction after viewing MTN’s latest TV...

Common Pig Diseases Series: Foot and Mouth Diseases

Foot-and-mouth disease Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) is an acute, highly contagious, viral of animals with hooves, such as cattle, water buffalo, goats and pigs. Symptoms, treatment and...

Tension in Northern Nigeria As Emir Gives Herdsmen 30-Days Ultimatum to Vacate Forests

Tension in Northern Nigeria As Emir Gives Herdsmen 30-Days Ultimatum to Vacate Forests   The emir of Muri Empire in Taraba state, Abbas Njidda Tafida, has...

What Cashew Nuts Exporters Expect in Revenue in 2021

What Cashew Nuts Exporters Expect in Revenue in 2021   Nigerian exporters are expected to earn N313billion ($638.75 million) from 250,000 tonnes of cashew nuts this...

Why Ghana Banned Chicken Imports From Nigeria

Why Ghana Banned Chicken Imports From Nigeria   GHANA has placed a ban on the importation of chicken from Nigeria and Togo. The ban is due to...